mohit.dhyani|Oct 23, 2021
TS EAMCET Analysis 2020: Students find day 1 paper moderately difficult
NEW DELHI: The TS EAMCET 2020 day one exam has been concluded today. TS EAMCET analysis 2020 as per the students input who appeared in the exam is that paper was easy to moderate in difficulty level. TS EAMCET Paper Analysis 2020 highlights that most students found the Physics and Maths as moderately difficult while the Chemistry part was comparatively very easy. TS EAMCET analysis day 1 also highlights that questions in each subject were evenly distributed from all topics and the entire syllabus was covered in the exam.
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TS EAMCET 2020 Question Paper Analysis
Most students found the Physics section as moderately difficult. Questions were mainly from topics of thermodynamics, units and measurement, laws of motion, gravitation, thermodynamics, Ray optics and Wave optics was
Many students' found the Maths paper as moderately difficult. Questions in Maths were mainly from topics of vectors, calculus, coordination geometry, algebra, trigonometry and integration.
Chemistry part in TS EAMCET 2020 day 1 was the easiest for most of the candidates. Questions were mainly asked from topics of organic chemistry, atomic structure, S and P block, chemical bonding and molecular structure.
TS EAMCET Analysis - How Many Students Appeared for TS EAMCET 2020
The TS EAMCET 2020 exam is scheduled for 4 days, on September 9, 10, 11 and 14 for engineering stream and on September 28 and 29 for Agriculture stream. So, answering how many students appeared for TS EAMCET 2020 would be possible after the conclusion of the exam. However,as per the reports around 25,000 students are likely to take tests in two sessions every day. Also around 1.5 lakh students had registered for TS EAMCET 2020 engineering stream and 70,000 for agriculture stream
TS EAMCET 2020 Exam Centre - How are SOP and Covid guidelines followed
As per the reports, the exam centres were fully disinfected before and after the exam. Candidates were allowed to enter the exam centre premises after thermal screening and no candidate was allowed without a mask. Frisking was through thermal scanners. All the safety precautions and government covid guidelines were stringently followed in the exam centres.
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